Improvements in joint replacement methods are occurring faster than ability to master them in traditional learning settings. Furthermore, consumers are creating an increasing demand for new innovations in surgery. These improvements and the speed that they are evolving at have created a need for new venues of research and education.
The SwiftPath MIS/Zonal Method Courses utilizes a state of the art Cadaver Table to provide the surgeon with a true simulated surgical experience. Reproducing the OR environment, the course can be taught with a cadaver specimen or artificial leg. The Cadaver Table allows for a mobile lab as well which can be demonstrated at the surgeons’ office, surgery center or hospital.
The MIS/Navigation Course is catered to the surgeons’ unique wants and needs. Covering both didactic and clinical aspects of minimally invasive surgery and computer navigation techniques, the course focuses on allowing surgeons to teach other surgeons. Surgeons learn about the The SwiftPath Method and how each component of the Method relates to surgical techniques, periarticular injections, and multimodal pain management